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Agamemnon - Agamemnon Parts 1 & 2 CD (album) cover




Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.72 | 58 ratings

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3 stars Another gemmy psychedelic obscurity. Looks like this mysterious album, produced and released on their own, would be predicated upon one of the heroes of Greek mythology, and feature two stories ... a track upon A Side be about his youth, and another upon B about his death. In spite of his bravery upon Trojan War, both tracks in this stuff are filled with tragic atmosphere along with keyboard-oriented theatrical psychedelia. No innovative development nor complicated structure is heard but dreamy, dynamic, dramatic storytelling notifies us of the impressive tragedy.

In an case above mentioned, this magnificent mythos should be determined, estimated massively by Werner's keyboard Fantasia. At every scene or phase, his keyboard domination can get to be an effective prescription for our inner mind. Sometimes gorgeous tonic brilliance, sometimes quiet fragility, and sometimes malformed symmetry should be launched via his unrivaled stage called keyboard play. Their voices or drumming is not so polished enough to give us an affirmative nod but who cares? Pretty important, impressive in this creation is the orientation by key works, crystallized with colourful, kaleidoscopic techniques and appearances. Keyboard-based delicate beauty can tolerate almost all of their weak points.

Let me say it's a pleasure for me to stumble upon such an obscure gem. No refinement can be found nor enough recommendation can be given though.

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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